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Dr Rebecca (Bec) Deasey

Adult & Paediatric GP in Cayman Islands (General Practitioner)


Tel: +1 (345) 745 7450 (clinic)
Email: [email protected]

Dr Deasey is a family health specialist or GP in Cayman Islands, with a holistic approach and wide ranging experience, able to diagnose and manage the full complement of general practice conditions both chronic or long term and acute or urgent presentations for adults and children. She is passionate about preventative healthcare and identifying conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes and hyperlipidaemia by identifying risk factors  and relevant family history to establish the likelihood of developing diseases to enable primary prevention of illness.

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Your Attomarker Covid-19 Antibody Immunity Test will consist of 4 components:
Health Information Questionnaire + Small Venous Blood Sample + The Test Itself (by our team) + Results & Health Guidance Consultation

Please arrive 20 minutes beforehand to allow time for questionnaire & test.

Services, Conditions & Procedures

Primary Care (Family Medicine)

Medicals & Assessments

  • Work Permit Medicals
  • (Pre-) Employment Medicals
  • University & Camp Medicals
  • Well Person Assessments
  • Annual Physicals
  • Life Insurance Medicals
  • Taxi & Public Vehicle Driver Medicals
  • Second Opinions

Dr Deasey Career Highlights

  • Qualified in UK & GP Specialist Register since 2014
  • Lead GP for Health Centre in Lancashire UK
  • British Association for Immediate Care Advanced Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Certificate (including ACLS / ATLS training)
  • General Medical Council (GMC) Expert Witness in General Practice and Urgent Care
  • Practising GP in Cayman since 2019

Education, Training & Experience


Dr Deasey has the following qualifications:

  • Medical Doctor Degree (MBChB) from University of Liverpool, UK
  • Access to Medicine (2003) with Distinction, West Anglia, UK
  • The British Association for Immediate Care (Basics) Advanced Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Course (Advanced PHECC) 2015 (Incorporates ACLS / ATLS training)
  • Basics Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Couse (PHECC) accredited by Royal College of Surgeons, 2015
  • RCGP Certificate in the Management of Drug Misuse – Part 1 (2014)
  • RCGP Certificate in the Management of Alcohol Problems in Primary Care (2014)
  • RCGP Minor surgery including joint injections (2014)
Family Medicine

Dr Deasey, GP in Cayman Islands, is licensed by the Cayman Islands Medical & Dental Council and has been practising in Cayman since 2019 in both urgent care and the wider range of family medicine disciplines.

Dr Deasey or Bec, as she is known, trained in both urgent care and family medicine as a general practitioner in Lancashire in the UK in a number of the regions leading practices and ultimately culminating with her being Lead GP for a busy health centre focused on urgent care in Fleetwood and then Medical Clinical Lead for a private, not-for-profit Integrated Primary & Urgent Care Centre, part of Royal Preston Hospital.

Bec has passionate about preventive healthcare and has a special interest in identifying chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes in their earliest stages so that they can be successfully addressed through primary prevention, avoiding both costly and sometimes catastrophic later presentations. She also has an interest in women’s health, with special training in difficult or safeguarding situations, and is an advocate for women’s choice and rights in healthcare.

Urgent & Emergency Medicine

Dr Deasey is unusual as a GP in Cayman Islands, by having an extensive training and experience in urgent and emergency care, having been clinical lead for no less than 2 busy centres in Lancashire, prior to moving to Cayman Islands where she worked in an Urgent Care service too.

She has an advanced training in Pre-Hospital Emergency Care from the British Association for Immediate Care, and training in Adult & Paediatric Life Support, as well as Anaphylaxis training accredited by the Royal College of Physicians.

Latest News, Views & Comment from Dr Deasey

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